* herb garden markers

Posted on April 30th, 2010 by maitreya. Filed under Fun with Lab Supplies, Home and Garden.

For the new herb garden, a set of markers.  They’re wooden tongue depressors from lab, stamped with a pigment ink (all ingredients I already had on hand, I’m happy to say).  A test stick immersed in water didn’t run, so I’m crossing my fingers they’ll hold up to the elements.  Plan B is outdoor Mod Podge, but a test with that did make the ink run.  It’s possible I didn’t wait long enough for it to dry, though.


2 Responses to “herb garden markers”

  1. lisa s Says:

    i love these m!!!! :)

  2. Karen Says:

    Those are cool! You could totally sell them at a Tilth fair or someplace like that.


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